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|OTAS 1205 - Pediatric Foundations and Interventions for the OTA
Prerequisite: BIOL 2210, HLTH 1215, OTAS 1100, OTAS 1130, OTAS 1140.
This course examines the role of OT in the treatment of pediatric populations. The course will introduce the normal developmental milestones, the common disorders encountered with developmental disabilities, and the interventions used by occupational therapy to address developmental deficits. The lab portion of this course will put into practice the ideas learned in lecture. The student will apply knowledge and techniques used in the treatment of children and adolescents whose developmental disabilities negate occupational performance. The student will perform developmental screenings, play-based interventions, evaluate occupational performance, adapt equipment and environments, use assistive technology, and apply therapeutic techniques for positioning, handling, and feeding.
0.000 TO 5.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
6.000 Lab hours
Schedule Types: Lab, Online Lab, Hybrid, Hybrid Lab, Independent Study, Lecture, Online, WSR Lab, Online WSR Virtual Meeting req
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Health Technologies Division
Occupational Therapy Asst Department
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
Credit level BIOL 2210 Minimum Grade of C and Credit level HLTH 1215 Minimum Grade of C and Credit level OTAS 1100 Minimum Grade of C and Credit level OTAS 1130 Minimum Grade of C and Credit level OTAS 1140 Minimum Grade of C
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